The Peninsula Inn & Resort
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... revolving floor so that every hour it does a whole rotation. Nope we aren't going there, its $35 each plus tax plus tip. I struggle with that as everything that you buy isn't the price that you think it is as nothing has tax added, they do that at the cash register in Canada and America.
As you can see by this Amazing Photo we did the Ultimate Challenge that we don’t think anyone else can Top, We went in a Barrel over the Falls.
... a big thing here. And, given that it was a David and Goliath affair between a US with ten times the Canadian population (and about that many more soldiers), the fact that the Brits and the Canadian Militia and their First Nations allies managed to force them out of Canada - well, the Canadians regard it as a modest win ... the Yanks? Still whining about how it wasn't fair and they were cheated, or had bad generals, or whatever ... poor losers, of course!
... night and be gone by Friday afternoon, doesn't sound like a long time does it? It certainly didn't to us and little did we know how this blizzard cell (later to be named Hercules by the Bureau of Meteorology) would be the worst blizzard they have had in 4 years since Hurricane Sandy but more on that later.
The alarm went off at 3:15am Friday morning as we had to get to East 64th St Affinia Hotel to be picked up at 4:15am by the shuttle bus to take ...
... Falls. We signed up for tomorrow morning and are going to ride the Maid of the Mist, go up some tower thingy, visit Cave of the Wind and some other stuff. 4+ hours worth. We decided to do that to save time. We had no clue how to run around to all this stuff and city driving sucks! Dotty's directions to our home tonite, Inn by the Falls, were not so good. Turn right immediately after you cross the Rainbow Bridge, then right again to go under the road you were just ...
... the boat completes a turn and heads back toward its slip and as quickly as it started, this first adventure is over. Along with all the others, we make our way to the elevator that takes us up to street level and we get out right at the gift shop. We wander around and find a few things that we like so we purchase them, along with some water to keep us hydrated and some fudge to indulge Jim’s sweet tooth. We also have a look at the ...